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Cumberland County WIOA Adult and Dislocated Worker Program - Fayetteville

Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8 am-4:30 pm
Thursday 8 am-1 pm

Contact Us
414 Ray Avenue
Fayetteville, North Carolina 28301
Phone: 910-486-1010
Email: ncworks.3500@nccommerce.com

About Us
Cumberland County Career Center provides job training programs and services to help individuals increase skill sets and obtain meaningful employment. No matter the client’s circumstances or background, Cumberland County Career Center can help people maximize their job search.

Whether you are a new employer to Cumberland County, or a well-established business with deep roots, our staff will work closely with you to get to know your unique business needs so that we can make recommendations and help you create a plan for moving forward.

NCWorks Career Center Staff can travel to your place of business to consult with you and provide services, and they can also guide you to the wealth of resources available through our Center.

Services We Provide
Jobseeker Services

  • Job Listings
  • Job Search and Life Skills Classes
  • Computer Lab with Staff Assistance
  • Resume and Cover Letter Preparation
  • Skills Assessments
  • Career Planning and Development
  • Occupational Skills Training and Literacy Skills

Youth Services

  • Paid Work Experience and Job Leads- EDSI will pay wages directly to the new hire for him or her to gain valuable hands-on experience with an empoyer
  • On-the-Job Training
  • Life Skills and Work Readiness Classes
  • Paid Daycare
  • Free GED and Career Readiness Certification
  • Courses to Careers- for recent college graduates
  • Certifications (Medical, Technical, etc.)
  • Jobs in high-demand industries
  • Support in dealing with life struggles

Populations Served are Youth who are:

  • Between 16 and 24 years of age
  • Single parents
  • Low income
  • High school graduates
  • High school dropouts
  • College students
  • Those with criminal backgrounds
  • Those who need help determining their career paths